Southern SARE's Integrated Pest Management for...

Southern SARE's Integrated Pest Management for Organic Crops Course

Southern SARE's Integrated Pest Management for Organic Crops Course

Relinda Walker_09

Course modules include:

  • Cultural Practices for Managing Crop Diseases
  • Cultural Practices for Managing Insect Pests
  • Cultural Practices for Managing Weeds
  • Overview of Biologically-Based IPM
  • Biological Control of Diseases
  • Biological Control of Insect Pests
  • Biological Control of Weeds
  • Overview of Monitoring & ID Techniques for Insect Pests, Weeds & Diseases
  • Use of Approved Pesticides in Organic Production
  • How to Conduct On-Farm Organic Pest Management Research

The course is free, self-guided and self-paced so you can complete them on your own schedule.To access the course, you must first register as a student in the eXtension campus site, and then enroll in this specific course, Integrated Pest Management for Organic Crops. If you already registered as a student in the eXtension campus site to take the first course in this series or other eXtension courses, you do not have to register again. Just login using your ID and password.Once you have set up your account, you can bookmark the eXtension campus home page and go there directly to log in when you are ready to start or continue the course. You don't need to come back to this page. Detailed information about the course, technological requirements, navigation, and continuing education credits are available at the course home page. After you log in to the eXtension campus, click on Courses → Agriculture category → Sustainable Agriculture sub-category. Click on the course title. Enjoy the course!

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Location: South

To register and begin taking courses in this series, follow these steps.


2016 Annual Report

For the first time, we are sharing a yearly snapshot of our work. The stories provided here typify the creative, participatory and integrated research Western SARE annually funds – led by land grant institution researchers and graduate students, Extension and other ag professionals, and nonprofit leaders in full partnership with producers.